BIBLIOTHEK BAHNHOF LUCKENWALDE
MEDIA WORLDS IN A GOLDEN TOWER
Berlin architects Ralf Fleckenstein and Katharina Feldhusen of FF Architekten in collaboration with Martina Wronna have completed a new public library in Luckenwalde, Germany.
The project involved the conversion of a former railway station into a public library and includes an extension to the existing building that houses the children’s library.
The inclined walls of this annex are clad in shingles made of a copper-aluminium alloy.
As part of extensive renovations and the modernisation of a former railway station in the German town of Luckenwalde in the state of Brandenburg – about 50 km to the south of Berlin –, an annex was incorporated into the existing buildings. The project has set a striking example, not only from a town planning point of view. Behind the glittering TECU® Gold façade are the children’s and youths’ sections of the buildings that are now used as the town library. In view of the problems in the built-up surroundings of the complex, the shape and design of the façade challenges people to consider the potential town development has for change – and, above all, they offer the younger generation an inviting, lively and modern town library.
im Bahnhof Luckenwalde
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